Indonesia’s first-ever B2B exhibition for child baby maternity to rise hundreds of new business opportunities


JAKARTA, Indonesia: The first-ever business-to-business (B2B) exhibition for children, baby, and maternity products will make its debut in Indonesia, on March 27, 2019 at JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta. Organized by the country’s largest exhibition organizer, Pamerindo Indonesia, the Indonesia’s first Children, Baby, Maternity Expo (CBME) 2019, is thrilled to create a new thriving business environment, by taking up abundance opportunities afforded by top industry manufacturers from over nine countries.

It brings together over 120 major brands and manufacturers, extending across maternity and baby care products, ergonomic furniture, children and maternity clothing, food and healthcare, as well as toys and stationaries. Prominent brands to participate in the exhibition include MamyPoko, Sweety, Mooimom, Bloom & Grow, Farlin, Oyster, Nuna, Joie, Munchkin, Grandpa’s Farm and many more!

“Increased spending power for baby, maternity, and child care products have coupled with continuous product innovation and differentiations, leading to a new potential economic growth in Indonesia. The major factor to succeed in this sector is providing a vast array of novel products, as well as knowledge and information, all under one CBME Indonesia’s roof. Here we deliver the unique initiative, thus, the baby, children, and maternity manufacturers will move forward to be the next economic giant in Indonesia,” said Niekke Budiman, Senior Event Manager of Pamerindo Indonesia.

As the 4th world’s most populous country, with the median age is under 30, Indonesia now ranks 7 in terms of purchasing power, or the highest number in Southeast Asia, according to IMF. This increasing younger population has led to higher spending in fashion and lifestyle items, as stated in a research by Australian Trade Government, wherein children, baby, and maternity products is now being part of it.

Being one of the biggest spenders, a research by Hong Kong Trade Development Council added that the Southeast Asia’s millennial parents are keen to buy the best products for their children, but tend to try many different products in efforts to find the best deals.

“We see that retailers often face difficulties in providing multiple differentiated products with high value and quality. Taking role as a middleman between manufacturers and end-users, not merely we accommodate the best channel for retailers, but we also ensure retailers getting supplied from the best sources, while help organizations to expand the market,” said Johan Tandanu, Secretary General of Indonesian Toy Manufacturers Association (APMI).

In quest of continuing success through unique and innovative value propositions, key associations and exhibitors will also perform knowledge sharing and rich content around community. It has several seminar sessions from key executives of, PT Qualis Indonesia, Kantar, and APMI, as well as Business Matching program to arrange meeting and discuss new business opportunity, directly with exhibitors in advance. For more information, visit: PRNewswire